Resources

  • IR sky is not falling by

    It seems it is fashionable to blame current industrial relations legislation for just about everything negative that happens in the workplace. The recent article, “WorkChoices killing loyalty” (issue 131, 26 June 2007, p1) is one example

  • The diversity advantage by

    Companies that embrace diversity open themselves up to a new source of competitive advantage, writes Allan Schweyer

  • Setting up a skilled migration program by

    Management in my firm has decided to endorse the recruitment of overseas staff. We are in the formative stages of setting up a ‘skilled migration program’ and want to have all the bases covered. What elements/framework can you suggest for such a program?

  • Creating space for HR by

    HR professionals need time and space in order to make a more strategic contribution to business. Craig Donaldson speaks with Chris Mitchell, MD of EDS Australia, about this process and how HR can better work with management

  • Using coaching to change employee behaviour by

    Coaching for behavioural change in your staff is a minefield that should be entered with due care and attention, writes Stephanie Sparrow

  • Sending payroll out the door by

    Despite its longstanding central role in many HR departments, payroll functions are increasingly being outsourced as human resources managers seek to focus on value-adding rather than administrative tasks. Angus Kidman identifies key trends in this area and talks to two companies that have moved to the outsourcing model

Most Read